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Your experience

Your resume should not just be about where you worked or went to school. It should convey the experience you gained and the lessons you learned.

  • A recent grad can include academic research, tutoring experience, and recent class projects.
  • Showcase professional accomplishments
  • Highlight the intersections of work and life.
  • Add if you volunteer or have a side hustle to present you as a holistic candidate.

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Data in a resume should be connected to the impact you've made.

  • If you're applying for a business role, convey your experience by sharing what you accomplished, how it was measured, and how it was done.
  • It can also apply to relevant leadership positions, university...

  • Consider adding a short summary section at the top of your resume.
  • Focus on what you can add to the organization.
  • Instead of using a list of recent job roles, consider providing qualitative and quantitative examples of previous experience.
  • Get...

Consider the job description as a guide for pointing out specific applicable attributes. These keywords are what recruiters look for on resumes to fill specific roles.

Use bullet points to help recruiters stay engaged.

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... or some version of that is one of the most fundamental and common questions asked in any first round of a Job Interview.

Hiring managers usually like to ask this question, because it allows them to assess your communication skills, hear your narrative about the highlights of your ca...

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  • Prepare your questions based on the attributes of an ideal candidate,
  • Reduce stress level. Tell the candidates in advance the questions you plan to ask.
  • Involve enough people for multiple checks.
  • Assess potential. Look for signs of the candidate's...

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Starting with you

Focus on you first as the foundation. Your beliefs, attitude, and energy will determine your success. Spend time building up your confidence. 

  • Jot down your competencies, character traits, core strengths.
  • Craft a narrative about your future ambitions and repeat the...

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